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We take a peek inside the nano's clear plastic box and discover that it's the least changed part of the third-gen nano.

The clear plastic case from the second-gen nano is back! Wider and shorter than before, of course, to fit the new nano's form factor.

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Designed in California. Made somewhere else with lower costs and with fewer regulations, no doubt.

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So what do you get with a nano? A USB cable, white earbuds and a dock mount. There's also a Quick Start guide (not pictured) and no included software. So you'll have to download the latest iTunes before getting under way.

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Check out the nano's reconfigured lower half. The hold switch has moved here -- making one-handed control of the nano impossible -- alongside the proprietary connector and the 3.5mm headphone jack.

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